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There is robust scientific evidence to demonstrate that pain relief from acupuncture is due to the release of endorphins into the body; the release of these chemicals have a powerful and sustained effect on reducing muscular skeletal pain. Most patients report a gradual change in …



Dizziness is one of the most common complaints that patients see their doctors for. There are many different causes and can therefore sometimes be difficult to diagnose.  Symtoms can be vague for instance feeling lightheaded or disorientated or more clear cut symtoms of vertigo or spinning and feeling off-balance. The most common cause of …..


Hypermobility is a term used to describe the ability to move joints beyond their normal range of movement. Joint hypermoblity is common in the general population and is prevalent in approximately 10% of white Caucasians but is more prevalent in Asians and Afro-Caribbeans. Some people may only be more flexible in a few joints but sometimes all the joints may be flexible. Some times this is called ”double jointed”.Most people who are hypermobile have no major musculoskeletal problems, and, in fact, the inherent joint flexibility gives an advantage in many fields such as swimming, javelin, tennis, gymnastics, judo, and playing musical instruments. However, some hypermobile people can…


Dry needling is a very successful medical treatment which uses very thin needles without any medication (dry needle) to achieve its aim. Dry Needling is used to treat pain and dysfunction caused by muscle problems, sinus trouble, headaches and some nerve problems. It is not at all the same as acupuncture. Acupuncture is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, whereas dry needling is a western medicine technique, which needs to have a medical diagnosis. There is a clear scientific understanding of dry needling which  does not depend on any religious underpinnings. Dry Needling works by…

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